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United Kingdom Scotland Church of Scotland Synods Presbyteries and Kirk Sessions 1658-1919

This project is a collection of baptism, marriage, and burial records from the parish (kirk), local (presbytery), and regional (synod) levels of Church of Scotland administration during the period 1658–1919. 5,565 more words

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Too Many Deaths Too Soon!

The Beattie/Flanagan Connection….

Born on 9 Jul 1866 in Fountain Place, Londonderry; she was a daughter, sister, wife and mother.  Her name was Rebecca and she was named after her mother and her great grandmother.  554 more words

Family History

We’ve been busy for the past at least week or so with the charter business. We have been busy at the base with the group of… 209 more words


A Life Cut Short!

A  Diver of Londonderry & Donegal…

Born on 7 Feb 1898 in 21 Lewis Street in the City of Londonderry, Thomas Wilson Diver was the second child and eldest son of eight born to George William Diver and, my great grand aunt; Elizabeth Wilson. 514 more words

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Wordless Wednesday!

Dear Ancestor…

Your tombstone stands among the rest
Neglected and alone
The name and date are chiseled out
On polished marble stone
It reaches out to all who care… 94 more words

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Short Service Record - No. 8211, Robert Norry Wilson!

A “Twist of Fate” that led me back in time to Burt, Co. Donegal…

Born in 113 Creggan Road, Londonderry on 7 Aug 1887, Robert Norry Wilson was my great grand uncle.  570 more words

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Census Sunday - The Robinsons of Ballyarr!

“They Too Hailed From Donegal…” 

On 20 Nov 1909, at the age of seventy; in Garryharry, Churchill, Co. Donegal, Fanny Sweeney, a farmers widow; passed away.   470 more words